Sport Luis Suarez of Liverpool celebrates with Daniel Sturridge (L) as he scores their fourth goal during the Barclays Premier League match against Stoke

The Uruguay striker has been in incredible form this season

The Liverpool striker Luis Suarez

Luis Suarez: 'It's just the way I am during games'

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Patrice Evra poses with the fake arm at Old Trafford

Patrice Evra bites into fake arm in apparent joke at Luis Suarez

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Branislav Ivanovic reacts after being bitten by Luis Suarez

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Luis Suarez leaves his home in Liverpool

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John Terry admits he is uncertain over role at Chelsea

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